Melbourne & Olympic Parks, Olympic Blvd, Melbourne VIC 3001, Australia
Olympic Boulevard Melbourne VI
(03) 9286 1600
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Rod Laver Arena
Rod Laver Arena at Melbourne Park. Australia's favourite concert arena and home to the Australian Open.
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Such a great sporting arena and a fantastic venue for the Australian Open tennis. An easy and pretty walk from the city of Melbourne including passing by the Yarra River. The stadium is well equipped with a variety of food stalls, however, the toilets could be cleaner. Outside is opened up to non stadium ticket holders and it can be extremely busy and difficult to move around, especially at nights and weekends.
Very easy to get to from the city we walked from the train station in about 15 minutes. You could cab it or there are plenty of taxi bicycles around. The venue is well laid out easy to get into and very easy to move around. There are plenty of places inside to grab a drink and bite to eat. It could do with some more toilets. Getting out is also easy the crowd disperses easily it's very well laid out in that regard.
One of the most spectacular arenas. Home of the Australian Open , it is also used for conocerts and shows of the highest level. Parking area is available and the closing of the rooftop is a show by itself!
Great venue for various sports and entertainment, last was Alice Cooper and Ace Freely concert. Seen everything from concerts, monster trucks and tennis at this venue. Awesome
Seats are comfortable and a good view of the stage. Food and beverages quite pricey and not all of it is good/worth the cost.. Chips at one of the outlets has a slightly sweet coating. Odd.
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